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Improving the dining experience for older adults by Marilynn Larkin, MA

When it comes to dining, change is not only "in the air"—it's very much happening on the ground in older-adult communities, according to recent research. A 2015 report, "The Senior Living Dining Evolution," by Senior Housing News states that dining "… has become a major differentiator for operators both in marketing to prospective residents and their family members, and in providing a strong quality of life for those at all stages of care." The Journal on Active Aging recently spoke to representatives from several organizations that have been transforming their residents’ dining options and experiences in recent years.

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